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fiction analysis: The Rainbow

In D. H. Lawrence’s 1915 novel The Rainbow, the author employs various contrasts—including the contrast between men and women; between farmers and outsiders; and between the Brangwen men and the vicar—to explore the existential crisis of the woman who slowly develops an understanding of class and inequality and questions the purpose of life. As LawrenceContinue reading “fiction analysis: The Rainbow”

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The many complexities and diversity in one historical fiction—The Sympathizer

“I am a spy, a sleeper, a spook, a man of two faces. Perhaps not surprisingly, I am also a man of two minds. I am not some misunderstood mutant from a comic book or a horror movie, although some have treated me as such. I am simply able to see any issue from bothContinue reading “The many complexities and diversity in one historical fiction—The Sympathizer”

A boy with no tears– a story

People have different problems—and I have mine—I am incapable of shedding tears. You might console my untouched heart and tell me that it is a good thing for a boy. You would tell me that tears are the symbols of my weakness, vulnerability, fragility, and everything that makes me less of a boy. You areContinue reading “A boy with no tears– a story”